A second man has appeared in court charged in connection with the robbery of a shop in south Dublin, after which a woman was knocked down and killed.
Neither of them have been charged with the fatal hit and run that claimed the life of 54-year-old Jacqueline McGovern last week.
Jacqueline McGovern was one of two women struck by a car when it mounted a footpath in Killiney last Tuesday night.
The other woman suffered non-life threatening injuries, but Ms McGovern - a married mother of three - died from her injuries.
It happened shortly after a sum of money was stolen during a robbery at the local Centra on Barnhill Drive in Dalkey.
Edward Andrews of Belarmine Hall in Stepaside appeared in court this morning charged with the robbery of €806 from the shop.
Terry Meegan from Ridge Hall in Ballybrack was brought to court this afternoon charged with the same offence.
Mr Andrews’ bail application was refused.
His co-accused didn’t apply for bail, and both were remanded in custody to appear in court next week.
A third man who was arrested as part of the investigation has now been charged, and is due to appear in court tomorrow morning.